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Spring, TX
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22603 Northcrest Drive
Spring, TX 77389

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(832) 484-5000
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September 24, 2014
Klein Oak High School has an awesome spirit of community! The administration and staff are committed to education and their theater arts and music departments are excellent!

- submitted by a parent
September 11, 2014
Amazing school with great teachers and staff. Very friendly all around. Glad my son attends this school

- submitted by a parent
September 04, 2014
Unfortunately, not every teacher in the school shows the dedication required for those not involved in AP or IB curricula. A student who is "average" is taught by some (not all) who obviously have no motivation to help. Many (not all) of the sports programs are driven only by their win/loss record and the coaches show no interest in teaching a sport. We are happy with Dr. Greeney and hopeful that he will continue making positive changes.

- submitted by a parent
August 22, 2014
I have a son in the special education department, I've always been an involved mom because I always had to be my son's advocate for his success in school. Klein Oak staff and administration has always been positive with me and my son. Always helping when I have a question or need assistance. My son is working with the athletic department as a equipment manager for football, the coaches have done nothing short of making my son feel part of the team, that is important to an autisic child. 100% appreciation from this mom!!

- submitted by a parent
August 18, 2014
Klein Oak is the best! Klein Oak High School is the best in the entire Klein ISD. Dr. Greeney did a fantastic job this last school year and I'm sure he will do it again this upcoming school year.

- submitted by a student
August 11, 2014
Klein Oak has a great academic program. Dr. Greeney has done a fantastic job with school spirit and being accessible for the students and parents. He really listens and tries new ideas.

- submitted by a parent
June 11, 2014
My school as a whole is fantastic. Studend body wise it is better than Collins, Klein, Forest, or any other district highschool in my opinion. The only reason i am living in Texas at the moment is because of Klein Oak High. Their acedemic programs are amazing, their athletic programs are second to none, and the faculty and staff are great too. The student body could be a bit better and there could be less rediculously strict rules, but life goes on.

- submitted by a student
June 06, 2014
My son, a graduate of 2014, and myself are extremely pleased with this school for being great leaders in all areas of education and providing excellent communication to the students and parents.

- submitted by a parent
June 02, 2014
Klein Oak is the best high school in Klein. Dr. Greeney has increased school spirit and has innovative ideas planned for the future to help all kids succeed. He has hosted community meetings to help parents feel connected and keep us informed about changes for the future. Thank you, Dr. Greeney, for your hard work!

- submitted by a parent
June 01, 2014
There are some great teachers at Klein Oak but unfortunately the majority of them are teaching IB or AP classes. When a student has difficulty understanding something I feel like many times the teacher assumes they are not trying. My daughter is a bright young lady but does have difficulty learning at times. I feel like she is one of the students that are lost in the crowd. When I have spoken to some of her teachers over the last 4 years about how to help her they have been very negative. I feel like the teachers should be there to help ALL the students not just the IB and AP students. Also, the girls volleyball head coach does very little to help the girls grow as a person and to learn from being on a team but actually causes many of them to feel belittled or subpar as a person. She is very negative and I have known her for the last 11 years. I have had 2 daughters play for her, one that went on to play in college, no thanks to the KO coach and the other who actually quit at KO along with many of her teammates because of the way they were treated. I sincerely hope the new principal will be able to improve things for the regular students and the volleyball program.

- submitted by a parent
May 24, 2014
Klein Oak High School is a phenomenal school. Their IB, PreAp, and AP teachers are very hard working, devoted teachers. On the contrary many of the "regulars" classroom teachers lack motivation and often yield poor performance. Our new principal Dr.Greeney is a blessing! He's cheerful, smart, and hardworking. Most of the students at our school love him for his humor and uplifting personality. A major improvement that our educational system needs in general (at the individual school level) is a strong incentive for students to pursue their own learning. By this I mean that our students are "forced" into learning particular studies without given reasoning, logic, or practical real life application unless directly asked by a student. Unfortunately not every (nor the majority) of students are dedicated, responsible learners. Once students have the desire to learn there is a major change in behavior. I've noticed that schools--mine in particular-- throw out heaps of money to promote active learning yet get low performance returns for their investments. They are simple throwing their money in the wrong directions. Instead, they should provide attractive logic why to learn at all.

- submitted by a student
May 22, 2014
Klein Oak has the best students, teachers and faculty. Not only do they respect the rules of the district, they respect each other. They are all selfless people that give to each other and the community.

- submitted by a parent
May 22, 2014
Klein Oak's administration has impressed me. The are very efficient and friendly each time I've had to contact them. Teaching staff is very supportive as well.

- submitted by a parent
May 15, 2014
Klein Oak has been an AWESOME school for our daughter. She graduates this year with a full scholarship to University of Texas. The principal and the staff have been wonderful.

- submitted by a parent
May 11, 2014
The administration has great diversity to it but they might want to tweak it just a bit. I do not like how laxed some of the rules are but I do like how we are allowed to have dress up days. Some of the teachers need to just retire already or learn that they should not be teaching. The administration needs to monitor the teachers more and they need to make sure that what students are doing in class is actually relative to the course work. Great school just needs some updates.

- submitted by a student
May 08, 2014
Klein Oak is an amazing school, with tremendous pride and brilliant students and staff members. Oak offers a wide array of multitudinous electives to prepare students for the real world and the careers they may so choose to decide on. The International Baccalaureate (IB) program offered goes above and beyond to satisfy requirements as well as offer students a true challenge through learning. Klein Oak has an amazing Fine Arts department, recieving multiple national titles and is every commonly known in a large area. Teachers are more than simply qualified and go out of their way to assist students with anything they could possibly need by lending an affectionate ear.

- submitted by a student
May 08, 2014
We have only been in Klein Oak for 1 year but are very impressed with the leadership and quality of education. The school offers so many opportunities for the students to succeed and takes a personal interest in each student. Although it is a large school, the feel of a small environment is present. The extra-curricular activity choices are so broad that every student can find an activity that interests them. Dr. Greeney is a wonderful principal and the kids all respect and love him. Communication between staff and parents is open and constant. As a parent, I am so happy that we made the choice to ensure my child would attend Klein Oak High School.

- submitted by a parent
May 08, 2014
Klein Oak is a great place to teach. I love my students and the staff!

- submitted by a teacher
May 06, 2014
This is a great school with an IB program in the greater Houston area. We are looking forward to sending our 2nd child through the program. It has an outstanding Orchestra program. The principal tries to be involved in the students' activities at the school. He has attended every single Orchestra event since the students started inviting him. He also likes to be engaged with the students in the hallways during the day. Very personable. The teachers challenge the students to achieve. Communication with the parents is usually timely when not so great things happen at the school.

- submitted by a parent
May 04, 2014
As a senior now, it has been awesome to see my school progress and grow over the years. Wouldn't have changed a thing. & absolutely love Dr. Greeney!! :)

- submitted by a student
May 01, 2014
Amazing school, which consists of teachers, lunch room ladies, custodial, to security officers. Everyone is behind you 100%. Thanks for changing lives day after day.

- submitted by a parent
May 01, 2014
Klein Oak is a fabulous school that really cares about their students. The Fine Arts department, IB program and the Student Council is amazing. As a parent, I have been hugely impressed with the education that my child has recieved at this school.

- submitted by a parent
May 01, 2014
Klein Oak High School is a great school..Mr. Clearwater and his team are the best.

- submitted by a parent
April 24, 2014
Klein Oak believes in every student! The teachers go above and beyond to make sure each student is successful. The administration is approachable and always willing to answer questions. Klein Oak is a great place to be!!

- submitted by a parent
April 23, 2014
very good with career development with lots of opportunities for students to explore different careers. love the paperless academics with laptops

- submitted by a parent
April 23, 2014
Klein Oak is a school working hard to serve the needs of all learners. I would recommend it to any prospective parent wanting to move here. Our fine arts are excellent.

- submitted by a teacher
April 21, 2014
Overall i am very pleased with Klein Oak as one child went thru and a second one in the class of 16. I have a problem with the administration ignoring issues with teachers. There is a big problem in the science dept and don't feel the kids are being properly prepared for science courses in college. Kids in regular classes are treated different by some teachers like they are all bad kids and therefor in regulars and that is not always the case. I do not like this year, how the principal and teachers have ignored the klein isd dress code it has caused a lot of problems that i have witnessed first hand. The school has great programs and clubs for every kid to find something they will enjoy. Most of the teachers are great to work with and communicate with parents and will help the child at all times to be successful. They have an amazing fine arts dept and agriculture dept. It is by far the best high school in the area and very proud to have my kids graduate from Oak.

- submitted by a parent
April 21, 2014
My school is good. But the IB program at Klein Oak is amazing. I recommend going to Klein Oak if you are a participant in the IB program.

- submitted by a student
April 17, 2014
I've been really impressed with the quality of Fine Arts education. The choral music program and dance programs are superior to anything in the Houston area and enhance academics!

- submitted by a parent
April 17, 2014
We are VERY impressed with Klein Oak High School. Our kids are getting a great education and we don't have problems with Drugs, fighting etc.... The teachers and student body are second to none. We recently went through a rezoning and considered moving if your kids were zoned elsewhere. Dr. Greeney (new Principal) is Fabulous and the students respond well to him.

- submitted by a parent
April 17, 2014
Klein Oak is by far the best school in the Greater Houston Area. My daughter graduated in 2012 and has been very successful in college, primarily because of the preparation she received at Klein Oak. My son will graduate in 2016 and we are thrilled to be a part of such an amazing public school.

- submitted by a parent
April 16, 2014
My school isn't horrible but it has a lack in excitment but for the most part in all my experince here at Oak i can say i'm proud to be a panther because we have a good staff willing to work with any problems you may have and they always encourge us to do better. Not a lot of schools have caring teachers like ours.

- submitted by a student
April 16, 2014
My school is full of spirit and the need to be a productive part of the community. The staff and students are truly the best.

- submitted by a teacher
April 16, 2014
Klein Oak is the best high school in the district!! Great experience for the parent as well as the student. Both of my kids attend Oak and they love it. The teachers truly are outstanding. The fine arts departments are awesome.

- submitted by a parent
April 16, 2014
I'm a senior this year and I could not think of another school where I would have wanted to spend these last four years. I've had the pleasure of having teachers who have changed my life (for the better) and made me who I am today. The clubs, organizations, and fine arts departments are all outstanding. There are so many opportunities to get involved. To be honest, the only people who have negative things to say about KO are the ones who make no effort whatsoever in school or trying to get involved. I'm proud to be a panther. Dr. Greeney rocks and the rest of the APs are fantastic.

- submitted by a student
April 15, 2014
There is so much enthusiasm an spirit at Klein Oak. The Principal and admin staff are amazing and really involved with the kids. The teachers are great and have a passion for what they do. The school has so much to offer that I know my son will have every opportunity available to him that he possibly can. We live in the area we do so that he can go to such a top rate school.

- submitted by a parent
April 15, 2014
This school isnt the worst but neither the best, it lacks excitment and the dedication the school staff members need to aspire students to their best.

- submitted by a student
April 15, 2014
I have been very proud to be a Klein Oak teacher for the last 29 years. We are blessed with a great student body, caring and innovative administrative leadership, a talented and hardworking faculty and a supportive staff. It is a great place to learn.

- submitted by a teacher
April 14, 2014
My school is a welcoming enviroment that encourages every student to take an active role in their education. Learning can be fun!

- submitted by a teacher
April 14, 2014
I have taught at Klein Oak for 17 years. We have seen changes throughout the years and I couldn't be prouder of how well we have adapted. Klein Oak has the most involved students in the district. The learning here goes beyond the facts taught in the classroom. The extracurricular opportunities are preparing our students for success in the real world. Educating the character is just as important as educating the mind! I also chose to have both of my children attend Klein Oak and I couldn't be happier with my decision. There are challenges in every school. Are we a BIG school? Absolutely. Klein Oak works exceptionally hard to ensure that every single student gets the individual attention they deserve. GREAT school to work and GREAT school to attend!

- submitted by a parent
April 14, 2014
I'm a sophomore student, Klein Oak just really isn't fun, the teachers and all the people that go to Oak make it un-enjoyable, I'm in some regulars and some Pre-ap classes, in regulars, the classes are so easy it's a joke, and in pre-ap all the teachers think since you're in pre-ap you should know it already, none of my teachers are not very good at working with the students and look down upon students who struggle in there classes, I wish I went to school somewhere else.

- submitted by a community member
April 14, 2014
Klein Oak HS is a top notch public high school. There is a great deal of diversity, and we work hard to be the best. In everything. Yes, athletics get a lot of accolades, but so do the fine arts programs. We strive for success. Our faculty cares about our students and the community in which we reside. Klein Oak can't be beat. I say this as a former student, teacher, and parent of a future panther.

- submitted by a teacher
September 09, 2013
Great school. Klein Oak really is a first class public high school. My family and I moved here from Chicago Il. and the public schools here in Klein are so much better. My and husband and I would have to pay for both our kids to go to private schools back in Chicago in order to get the same type of education Klein Oak High has to offer. We are super pleased.

- submitted by a parent
June 03, 2013
The administration of this school is a joke. They do not care about the students, and will try to bully parents and students. They will pull your children in and question them without the parents knowledge or consent. They will also fail to let the students know their rights. I recommend parents know their rights, and stand their ground, as their attitude will change immensely as soon as you hire a lawyer. I am surprised they are not sued more often.

- submitted by a parent
December 30, 2012
This School is a good school only if you know how to work it. Klein oak sports are a good way to enjoy the school. If you are a academic student, try to stay in as many upper level classes as you can and try for the IB program. The computer Science program is amazing and you should try for it.The School is not enjoyable if you chose to stay in regulars classes. The administration is quite difficult to work with and that is due to their technology difficulties.

- submitted by a student
May 18, 2011
Klein Oak is not the worst school in existence and there is a handful of teachers who genuinely care about a student's success. That being said, there is also a vast amount of teachers and staff that either just do not care or are possibly incompetent. My freshman and sophmore years I participated in the IB program, but I was having issues focusing on my classwork. I was in the counselor's office just about every day and it wasn't until my junior year a therapist suggested that I may have ADD. Neither the counselors nor my teachers had taken the time to understand my trouble with school work and just dismissed me as being lazy. No matter if the class is IB, AP or regulars, there is a multitude of teachers who should not be near a classroom that are in Klein Oak High School.

- submitted by a student
November 07, 2010
This school is an epitome of what is wrong in our nation's education system. The teachers have no accountability, lie about students that they do not like and are usually incompetent. They feel as though they DESERVE respect, though they have done nothing to earn it. This is a school that definitely sets it's students back and stifles one's love of learning.

- submitted by a student
October 13, 2010
I have a student that is a Sr this year and have had two others that have graduated from KO. It will be one of the the happiest days of my life when I dont have to deal with the KO administration EVER again. The administrators are some of the most arrogant people I've ever dealt with. There are a lot of great teachers in the school that unfortunately feel the same way. There are also bad apples in the bunch as well. Teachers texting students in class during school. My oldest son always wanted classes that coaches taught because they didn't have to anything. The school taxes are high and there is always a fee for something, unless it's sports related. There needs to be less focus on sports and school politics and more focus on a positive environment for the children of our future.

- submitted by a parent
March 05, 2010
I'm a student at Klein Oak Hight School and i think Klein Oak is really fun if you have friends and just consentrate in classes

- submitted by a student
no rating December 10, 2009
I am a parent of a student attending Klein Oak High School. I take reviews submitted by people stating 'it's the worst' or 'it's the best' with a grain of salt. I've lived all over this country and have seen the abysmal state our educational system is in these days. K.O. is too big and over-crowded and it shows in the faces of the teachers and administrators. But in spite of it all, I'm encouraged by the fact that they strive to be the very best. Yeah, I get nickeled and dimed, but I also have the ability to see my kids' grades in real-time PLUS I can contact the teachers via e-mail and they actually get back to me. That alone puts it above other schools I've seen during my 45+ years living.

- submitted by a parent
October 29, 2009
The staff is inept at doing their jobs correctly.

- submitted by a parent
October 18, 2009
I am currently a sophomore at this school. I read some of the bad reviews about the teachers 'not caring' and it being all about sports. Honestly there are teachers here that let the kids do whatever they want, while the teachers play on the computers. From a teenagers viewpoint that's paradise, but I guess through a parents eye it's not so good. Secondly, yes this school takes pride in our sports programs, despite having a terrible football season. One reason I gave this 4 stars is the fact that this school does challenge you and they try to improve every year. Also this school tries to bleed you dry from your wallet. Students pay for overpriced lunches to a $20 shirt for every event, but this school is very social and it's very good for parents wanting their kids to get out more and make more friends.

- submitted by a student
August 05, 2009
This is the worst school I have ever attended. I hate every day that I have to go there. I has been the biggest waste of time. The teachers are incompetent, the students aren't motivated or accountable, and the administration is awful. I am about to start my junior year and my parents are sending me to private school. If you have the choice, I highly suggest going somewhere else.

- submitted by a student
March 19, 2009
It is the best school ever...my son goes there and he loves it. The people there are the best and I am so happy that my son attends this magnificent school!

- submitted by a parent
January 15, 2009
I personally think that Klein Oak is a very reliable source of education. The teachers are very productive in class times and really apply them selves to the students. I really see Klein Oak growing and expanding into the community. This year they began major community service projects that have greatly helped many organizations. I would have to say that the best teachers at Klein Oak are Mr. Giles as well as Coach Penn.

- submitted by a student
November 30, 2008
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November 24, 2008
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November 19, 2008
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- submitted by a student
October 17, 2008
I am also a former klein oak student, and just looking back on my high school years haunt me. There are very few staff members that care about the classes that they teach, I had football coaches that didnt know what they were doing and were more interested in reading espn news on line than teaching us the course cirriculum. Although I had to painfully sit through a year of a particulur class like this, along with the nature of my rating doesnt mean that there were some really good teachers there who made me the person I'am today. One account of a teacher calling me stupid for asking to many questions, will always stick out in my mind ending my year senior year in a negative fashion.

- submitted by a community member
October 16, 2008
I recently moved to Utah from Tomball, Texas. I attended Klein Oak for my freshman year. I have to say, it is the best school I have ever gone to and I would love to go back to it. Everyone is so involved with everything. The teachers are great and everything. But, that's just me.

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August 29, 2008
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August 04, 2008
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- submitted by a community member
no rating April 20, 2008
Klein Oak offers the International Baccalaureate Diploma. http://www.ibo.org/ Parents wanting their children to be on par with European and Asian educated children should consider this program. It is not for families looking to go to UT or A&M, but those wanting to go to Ivy League or 2nd tier liberal arts colleges.

- submitted by a parent
March 31, 2008
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- submitted by a student
March 14, 2008
I graduated from Klein Oak several years ago. Upon my return, I find that while many schools deteriorate, Klein Oak has actually 'upped' their game. There are a lot of comments by the parents around TAKS and Extracurriculare focus, and that the teachers don't have passion around students' learning. Let me address each individually. As for the focus on TAKS - 4 words, 'No Child Left Behind.' Blame the Federal Government for this shift of focus, not the administration. As for focus on Extracurricular activities - these functions separate great schools from good schools. Furthermore, those individual students that take part and participate separate themselves from average to poor students. That is why colleges and employers ALWAYS ask about extracurricular participation. School is more than academic preparation; it is also about preparing young adults to participate in society. As for teachers' focus on academic success, I say 'parents, get involved yourselves!'.

- submitted by a student
November 30, 2007
As a former student at klein oak, i was very unimpressed in the attitude of the whole Klein Oak Campus. Dress Code is never inforced, Provanity is used constintly, It is a horrible school. The Teachers do not care about the students at all. Most of the student are very unmotivated in their work ethic. The Administration need some big improvements, they are way over protective on some areas and not on others.... do not send your students there. Go to College Park Or The Woodlands High School.. People Actually care about life

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November 20, 2007
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October 05, 2007
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September 12, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
August 02, 2007
Great school the best around! My kids are happier here than they were in kch! Wonderful, exceptional, keep up the great work ko

- submitted by a parent
July 30, 2007
Great school, smart kids, great atmosphere, smart uplifting teachers, great area to live in, love the academic program that Klein Oak presented

- submitted by a parent
January 29, 2007
We have been thoroughly unimpressed with the quality of academic programs at Klein Oak.

- submitted by a parent
July 10, 2006
As a former student, I can vouch for the quality of the teachers: they are engaging, highly intelligent, and thoughtfully present the information at a challenging rate. That said, the concentration on sports and the TAKS test in recent years is appalling, as well as the stratification of the student body in recent years and the distinct economic gap between certain other schools in the district and Klein Oak. My only other complaint is the lack of freedom in individual student's lives: freedom of thought and action are somewhat suppressed. Still, a truly great student may excel despite such restrictions. I graduated early, but I enjoyed the first two years here and firmly believe I received the best education and had the best high school experience that I could have. Academically and socially, this school is probably the best you can send your child to.

- submitted by a former student
June 25, 2006
As a parent the school has been a total dissapointment. The teachers don't hold the students accountable, and they don't inform parents of unacceptalbe behaviour. In Humble you can go online and see what the kids grades are in realtime, here you can't. There are too many examples to incompetence to list.

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April 30, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
March 26, 2006
Fairly good school from what I have seen so far. Only drawbacks are some teachers, huge economic gap, and some of the scheduling conflicts.

- submitted by a student
March 08, 2006
This school is a very prestigous school! Won several awards and respected very much! This school also has the IB programme which is a very excellent program! I give it 2 thumbs up!

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November 13, 2005
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- submitted by a former student
October 06, 2005
This school is a good school if your child can learn and process information at a high level.

- submitted by a parent
October 01, 2005
Klein oak has jumped in their academic programs. The school is full of spirit to celebrate our state champion volleyball team, our football teams winning streak, the track teams continuous winnings and our national champion Strutters dance/drill team. Klein Oak is really an awesome place to be a student of.

- submitted by a student
June 08, 2005
Klein Oak is part of the Klein School District, which is well known for its excellence. Klein Oak offers a broad range of extracurricular activities, great teachers, and a safe environment. As a former student, most of my classmates went on to some of the best universities in the country.

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April 28, 2005
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- submitted by a student
April 20, 2005
Klein Oak is a good high school. The school was chosen for the International Baccalaureate program in Klein ISD which attracts some students who want to be challenged. Extracurricular activities are numerous although they could improve in public relations to sell their programs to the public.

- submitted by a teacher
February 10, 2005
Klein Oak used to be one of the premiere schools in the state of Texas, but things have changed dramatically in the last few years. The school district spends too much time on athletics of other schools and worrying about TAKS than helping teachers in the classroom and funding electives to get more kids involved in school. Parents need to step in and get more involved before it's too late.

- submitted by a former student
December 27, 2004
Klein Oak high School is the superlative of every other school in the nation. It is the epitome of how well a high school should cope and should tryed to be emulated by all schools in the nation. I reccommend all parents to highly consider this school as a prospect for your children and or another of its standards.

- submitted by a parent
September 11, 2004
My son used to attend Klein Oak high school. One day I visited the school and I was not impressed. The school is racially and economically divided. In some schools teachers actually want the kids to learn the curriculum. In this school [Klein Oak] all the teachers are worried about is the TAX [test]. I wanted to inform the rest of the klein district that it is just not worth sending your son/daughter to this school.

- submitted by a parent
May 31, 2004
Klein Oak High School was accepted this year as an International Baccalaureate program school. It is the only suburban area high school to receive this accreditation other than Bellaire and Lamar. Students must reside within Klein ISD to attend and participate in this highly rated academic course of study. Klein Oak was also rated Exemplary this year. 'Nuff said!

- submitted by a parent
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Klein Oak High School
22603 Northcrest Drive, Spring, TX  77389
(832) 484-5000
Last modified Klein Oak High School is a Public school that serves grades 9-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 7 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Klein Oak High School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 87 reviews. Top